Photog friends, hello! I think it’s time we take a good look at your photography business. How many courses have you signed up for? Youtube videos you’ve watched? Tutorials you’ve read and re-read over and over again. But nothing is cohesive! You could work for hours on updating your style, adjusting your branding, and figuring out your voice in this world.
So, in the spirit of Thanks, I want to offer you a solution to all of that. I’ve created a guide that will provide you with the answers you’re looking for to change the direction your going in three easy steps.
Step one: Your Look.
In this guide I am giving you my GO TO preset for my digital work. Yes. Giving. Because it took me so so long to nail my style. I bounced back and forth from trend to trend, wishing I just had someone give me the permission to have my own look despite it all. So in honor of that, I want to be that voice that maybe you need. There’s no charge, there’s no regret, and there’s no obligation to keep it exactly the way it is. Just a Lightroom Preset that I stand by, and offer you in hopes that it can help.
Step Two: Your Brand.
Because Branding is a whole series of conversations, I want to keep this brief. Your brand is an experience. If you are starting out your experience with your clients with a .wix website listing your pricing and details, or a PDF you slapped together in photoshop, you might not be offering your initial experience in the best possible way you can.
Also in this guide, you will find a simple, free pricing guide that you can attach to your emails and send to clients to show them you’ve got it together. And you can make $$$ look GOOD.
Step Three: Your Words.
Lastly, the way you greet or speak with your clients has a huge affect on your brand. For better or for worse! Save your clients the !!!!!s and give them the goods. Also included in this guide are two free email templates for your first interactions with your clients to start off on the right foot. It’s completely customizable so you can make it sound like you. Finding the right words to say used to be hard. Good thing you don’t have to!
So, what are you waiting for? Jump in head first. The best way to learn and grow is by getting out and doing the damn thing. I have complete trust you’re going to turn heads next year. You, friend, are a storm of talent. I can’t wait to see you go!